One of the biggest high school anxiety producers is testing - specifically the PSAT/NMSQT®, SAT®, and ACT® tests. I've seen otherwise proud, overcoming, victorious homeschool moms be reduced to wobbly-kneed bowls of jello when faced with their children taking these tests.
High School Testing Simply Explained
February 17 - 5:00pm (Pacific) or February 18 - 1:00pm (Pacfic)
This class will provide what it takes to understand high school tests and how to put them in their proper perspective in your high school journey. Let me help you choose the right test for your child. You know, the one that makes them look like a genius.I will show you strategies that will help your child improve their scores by 50, 100, even 200 points per section, without sinking a dime into professional coaching program.
When you register, you'll get a workbook to help you take notes during class, and you know I like to give goodies away for attending. So, don't miss catching this class live!
Understanding the common high school tests, such as the SAT®, ACT®, AP®, and CLEP® can lead to huge college savings, because colleges reward high test scores with great scholarships. That's why it's important to learn all you can now to help your child do their best on any tests they take!
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